Only one thing will heal Merriwick’s cousins and keep their magic – and that is… not modern medicine.
In good witchseries finale on Sunday, Cassie, Abigail and Joy prepare for confronted by the mysterious force that threatens their family heritage. On doctor’s orders, the trio must return home and reproduce the second amulet to fend off the zenith of the red halo moon. But to do that, Joy must first recreate the dream she had in order to determine how Meredith made the original amulet.
Cassie brews a magical tea to point Joy’s dream in the right direction. Then, with George’s help, the ladies collect the materials needed to make the mystical totem. Their first attempt proves unsuccessful; the totem breaks in just two seconds after they take it out of the purple flame. They soon discover that dirt is the missing element and successfully recreate the amulet on their second attempt.
Ten minutes before midnight, Cassie, Abigail, and Joy go out. What follows is a moon stand-off with the bright red orb illuminating Middleton’s sky. As the wind continues to pick up, Cassie has a vision of her daughter Grace (former series regular Bailee Madison). She tells herself to “take 10 seconds before making a jump”, avoiding walking directly under the family tree, which falls to the ground, knocking them out almost all three. Within the roots, the cousins discover pieces of Patience’s amulet, which Fortune must have buried eons ago. Cassie takes those fragments and uses them to fill in the cracks of their newly created charm, which in turn gives them the power they so desperately need to fend off the moon and keep their magic. How so!
Also worth discussing from the series finale…
* Tom’s mitral valve repair is a success, so he’ll be able to complain about how Martha fluffs his pillows for years to come.
* Cassie’s brother Vincent returns to Middleton and plans to buy a house on Mockingbird Lane. It’s far from the marina, but if he wants to be a foster father, he’ll need a more permanent home than the boat.
* Stephanie and Adam decide to tie the knot. They marry aboard Vincent’s boat and then gather with friends at a reception, where the chaplain announces that he will be joining his bride in Paris. Before their flight, they make a pit stop at the church for Adam to pick up his Bible, where the newlyweds sit and discuss their vision for the future – including three (!) children.
* Matt Lanter lookalike Donovan surprises Abigail with two tickets to Tuscany. He has arranged for a pastor to marry them there. But after seeing Adam decide to uproot his life to move to Paris with Stephanie, Donovan and Abigail realize they will never put their relationship first and break up. The morning after, Abigail tells Cassie and Joy that she’s decided to go to Tuscany without Donovan – and it could be a permanent move.
* When Joy’s ex-girlfriend Charlotte arrives in Middleton, Zoey worries that she’s going to lose Joy. In an effort to show Philip’s daughter how much she means to her, Zoey asks Sam for a spontaneous salsa dance lesson and surprises Joy when they get home from Stephanie and Adam’s wedding. At the end of the dance, the couple shares a kiss, indicating that they are doing well. (Click here to learn more about the historic moment.)
* Inspired by Stephanie and Adam’s wedding, workaholic Sam gets down on one knee and proposes to Cassie. But it’s not a marriage proposal – it’s a promise to change his life… and it starts with a trip around the world. As the finale draws to a close, Cassie, Sam and Abigail head to the airport. It is implied that Grace will accompany her mother and stepfather for at least part of their journey.
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